Struck bronze medal.(obverse) Soldier in classical dress, stands facing with head right, holding shield on left arm and broken sword in right hand; four arrows flying to left toward soldier; rubble and damaged column to left.
(reverse) Inscription within laurel wreath.
- Diameter: 52 millimetres
- Weight: 82.07 grammes
Inscription Positionobverse exergue
Inscription ContentANTWERPEN DECEMBER MDCCCXXXII
Inscription ContentJ MUDDE
Inscription ContentVAN DER KELLEN F
Inscription ContentWAT OOK VAL TROUW STAAT PAL
- Named in inscription: Antwerp
- (Europe,Belgium,Flemish Region,Antwerp (province),Antwerp (city))
- Associated Event: the siege of Antwerp, 1832.
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Object reference number: CME327020
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